National awards offer broader exposure for clients

Friday, 06 December 2019

If you follow our social media channels you’ll be aware that we had a hugely successful evening at the national Negotiator Awards on Friday 29 November.

We were extremely honoured to pick up three awards as our Jersey office was named ‘best new agency of the year’ for the whole of the UK, we won a silver award for our bespoke websites and were highly commended in the ‘estate agency of the year (2-4 branches)’ category.

 Being recognised at any time, whether it’s by a satisfied client or an awards ceremony, is always rewarding but as an agency that takes promotion of the properties we list and the islands we represent seriously, it means a huge amount to win national awards.

 The Negotiator is the premier UK trade publication for the estate agency industry and has been running for 33 years. Its awards were first held in 2008 and estate and letting agents can enter free of charge. They are open to all agents throughout the British Isles.

 Winning Negotiator Awards matters to us because they are judged by impartial industry professionals and are an inclusive awards initiative where everyone is equal.

 The exposure we get as an agency from winning these awards is significant but also for our vendors, whose properties gain a wider audience thanks to our national recognition.

 We’re proud to be the Channel Island estate agent and relish any opportunity to promote the islands on a wider stage. The stage doesn’t get much wider (or grander!) than the Grosvenor Hotel in London, where more than 900 industry professionals were in the room for the awards.

 Being recognised on a national scale is a great feeling but it’s also positive for our vendors, our islands and of course our hard-working team – who work tirelessly to live our values of offering exceptional client service through creativity and open and honest communication.

 We’d like to thank the team at The Negotiator Awards for organising a fantastic evening; the trophies look great on the mantelpiece in our Livingroom.

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